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duty saw John B. Henderson at the First Market wearing a blue overcoat, and proposed to purchase it. Henderson directed Hollins to call at Mrs. Riley's, where be bought two overcoats--one for himself and one for his brother. Capt. McCubbin, on seeing these coats, took charge of them, and that night sent two men to Henderson to purchase all he had. The men found Henderson, who carried them to Frank Gilday's, on Main street, near 21st, where they were shown seventeen overcoats, believed to be Yankee, and agreed to buy. Just then officers McCubbin and Moore made their appearance, took charge of the coats, and lodged Henderson and Gilday in Castle Thunder. The next morning Gilday's house was searched, and several pairs of drawers, socks, and shirts were found. From this point other houses were visited, and a large number of shoes, socks, pants, etc, were seized. As the parties found in the possession of these goods were civilians, they were turned over to the Mayor for trial, and y